Bengals defensive line coach Jay Hayes always talks about not wanting to be a "train." Each year the new guys always ask him what he means. Jay then tells the story of someone living in a house next to the railroad tracks. When they first move in, that train sounds loud as hell at night. Then, after living in the house for a while, that person can barely hear the train. Moral of the story, if you keep telling someone the same thing, they tune you out. So when talking to former Boston College DT B.J. Raji, I tried to give him good advice but not too much advice.